Defeats Maurice Roberre in 13-man tournament final to be recognized as Mid-Western Heavyweight Champion and presented the old MWA World Title belt by Orville Brown; recognized as Heart of America Title outside St. Joseph; in Wichita, KS, Myers wins another 13-man tournament, defeating Bob Orton in the final, in 52/04, but Orville Brown refuses to present him with the title because the final is only one fall; Myers later defeats Orton in a 3-fall match.
Sometime between 71/01/18 and 71/01/25; Pat O'Connor defeats Race for the title on 72/01/28 in St. Louis, MO, but Race continues to be recognized by other promoters, and Sam Muchnick withdraws recognition of the title and later creates the Missouri Heavyweight title.
Defeats Cuban Assassin for the held-up title; promotion withdraws from NWA and closes in 88.
Kansas City, KS
Defeats T.C. Carter; promotion closes in 89.
Defeats Butch McClain; vacant on 02/10/22 due to injury.
Defeats Michael Barry, Griz and Gary Jackson.
Stripped on 06/06/02 for lack of title defenses.
Defeats Woody Maguire, Mississippi Madman, Derek Stone, Marek Brave, and Mark Sterling.
House Springs, MO
Defeasts Sterling, Tyler Cook, and Jaysin Strife in a 4-way elimination match; also wins Metro Pro Title, defeating Bull Schmitt on 12/03/03 in Kansas City, KS; vacant on 12/04/27 due to injury.
Kansas City, KS
Defeats Dan Walsh and Neil Diamond Cutter in an 8-man tournament 3-way final; stripped on 12/11/01 after Metro Pro leaves the NWA; A.C.H. is again billed as Central States champion by MPW in 13/03.
Defeats Deven Spade in tournament final to be recognized by NWA Central-States.
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